Hand Embroidery on Tulle: Stitch a Layered Desert Landscape | Amanda Neely | Skillshare

Hand Embroidery on Tulle: Stitch a Layered Desert Landscape

Amanda Neely, Hand Embroidery Artist and Maker

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12 Lessons (47m)
    • 1. Class Trailer

      0:34
    • 2. Supplies You'll Need

      4:13
    • 3. Transfer the Pattern

      4:31
    • 4. Setting Up the Project

      1:20
    • 5. Background: Stitch the Mountains

      10:28
    • 6. Background: Stitch the Cactus

      3:41
    • 7. Foreground: Stitch the Round Cactus

      8:28
    • 8. Foreground: Stitch the Saguaro

      5:18
    • 9. Foreground: Stitch the Small Cactus

      2:07
    • 10. Putting Everything Together

      4:28
    • 11. Finishing Touches

      1:53
    • 12. Finished Piece

      0:12

About This Class

Tulle is such an interesting fabric to use for embroidery, and it's even cooler when you layer it! Learn some tips and tricks on working with this fabric, as well as some layering techniques to really make your embroidery interesting. This class is for all levels, but some experience would be helpful, as tulle can be somewhat challenging to work with. All stitches and techniques are explained in detail, so if you're up for the challenge, let's do it

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